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Gilbert Tennent's most famous sermon was The Danger of an Unconverted Ministry, in which he argued that only men who had experienced conversion should be ministers. Read that sermon on this website by searching for the title to the left, or by browsing to it in the sermons collection. Try to answer the questions below as you read.
What is the danger of an unconverted ministry?
How does Tennent prove that some ministers were unconverted?
What examples of "unconverted ministers" does Tennent give from the Bible?
What does Tennent say that people in the congregation should do if their minister is unconverted?